Put simply, a geo-distributed database is a single database that is spread across two or more geographically distinct locations, and runs without experiencing performance delays in executing transactions. Grab this report by The Bloor Group to learn about what a geo-distributed database is, what it does and why it will become an essential component of DBMS technology.
This whitepaper covers:
• How to effectively implement a geo-distributed database for your organization.
• The 10 capabilities needed for a database to be classified as geo-distributed.
• The advantages of geo-distributed database over traditional databases.